Whether you want to enthuse your students about the Iron Age and local history, become scientific detectives for a day or find out about our work as guardians of the South Downs, Saddlescombe Farm is the place for you.
We currently offer history, habitats and geography learning but can always adapt our offer to suit your needs. Find out more in the information below.
Find out about our work as guardians of the South Downs, what rangers do, and all about our shepherds.
Enthuse your group about the Iron Age and local history with our history and geography learning activities for Key Stage 1 and 2.
Scientific detective work or a sensory habitats trail day for minibeasts for Key Stage 1 and 2.
Visitors to Saddlescombe Farm will have the opportunity to view a unique collection of archaeological objects that have been hidden from view for over 100 years.
Discover buzzards, butterflies and burnt orchids on your visit and if you're lucky in August you'll see the rare silver spotted skipper.
From chalk grassland to juniper scrub to ancient woodland and dewponds, there's a great variety of habitats to entice many species of wildlife.